Pistol Annies Plays Songs Off Upcoming Album 'Interstate Gospel' During Surprise Show

The country supergroup performs 'Interstate Gospel', 'Got My Name Changed Back' and 'Best Years of My Life' at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville.

AceShowbiz - Pistol Annies is finally back! Miranda Lambert surprised concertgoers at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville on Wednesday night, September 26 when she brought her groupmates Ashley Monroe and Angeleena Presley to the stage. It marked their first time performing together in five years.

They started off their performance with a rendition of "I Feel a Sin Comin' On" before launching into other songs such as "Unhappily Married", "Damn Thing" and "Trailer for Rent". The country supergroup also belted out three songs off their upcoming album "Interstate Gospel", which will be released on November 2. The new songs are "Interstate Gospel", "Got My Name Changed Back" and "Best Years of My Life".

Following their surprise performance, Pistol Annies officially released the three new songs on the following day. "Interstate Gospel" is an up-tempo road anthem which finds Miranda taking over the chorus part. "These church signs, they light up these roads that I roam/ They're leading me closer, they're calling me home," she sings. "The further I get, the further I go/ This interstate gospel is saving my soul."

Meanwhile, "Best Years of My Life" is melancholy ballad which talks about how the best-laid plans often go awry. On the other hand, Miranda appears to make a few reference to her divorce from Blake Shelton on "Got My Name Changed Back".

She can be heard singing on the song, "Well I've got me an ex that I adored/ But he got along good with a couple rogue w****s/ I got my named changed back." For your information, Miranda legally changed her last name to Shelton when she was married to "The Voice" coach. Thus, it led people to speculate whether or not the song was about him.

Besides the three released songs, the new album will include other eleven songs such as "Stop Drop and Roll One", "Sugar Daddy" and "This Too Shall Pass". Pistol Annies will preview the new music at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on October 25 and at the Town Hall in New York on November 2. They will wrap it up on November 7 at Novo is Los Angeles. Tickets for the show will go on sale starting from October 5.

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